You can't go to concerts anymore, but you can still watch concerts.

Artists across the country have started performing for fans from home, and now Live Nation has created a platform for those artists. Live Nation used to have various artists take over their Instagram and Facebook to perform at home concerts for you to watch at home. But now, most artists will have their performance live-streamed on Live Nation's website. In addition to Live Nation, multiple platforms are having artists perform digitally.

Just because we’re keeping our distance doesn’t mean the music has to stop. Join us daily for live streams from around the globe — follow artists live from their homes as they share music, stories, and more.

Virtual concerts definitely seem to be slowing down, but some great artists are still performing. It seems as most artists who were staples in the live stream concerts are pulling back from that. We could usually count on Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park, Jimmy Adkins of Jimmy Eat World, Bob Moses, and Grouplove to put on amazing virtual concerts. Now, as more artists realize this is the current situation, we've seen a dropoff in the free virtual shows. But the biggest change that we're seeing from the live stream shows at the start of the pandemic is that most artists are now charging for virtual admission. The only show this week is charging admission.

Monday, January 11

311- Live Nation, 8 p.m., $20+

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